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Gilbert A. Kerr

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Cagers Set for Opening Tipoff; Satch to Start Three Rookies

Last year at midseason the Crimson five had captured only three victories in their first 13 starts. In five of

Crimson Stickmen Defeat Yale, Notch Second Season Victory

The Crimson lacrosse team notched its second victory of the season at home Saturday, edging Yale 5-3. The win was

32 Rafts Race in Third Annual Adams Regatta

Hundreds of sun-loving and beer-drinking spectators were on hand for the third annual Adams House Ivy and World Championship Raft

Lowell Wins a Pulitzer Prize For Verse Book 'The Dolphin'

Robert T. S. Lowell '39, Emerson Lecturer on English Literature, Monday won the 1974 Putlitzer Prize for Poetry for his

Water Poloists Notch Seventh Victory

Harvard's unsung but valiant varsity water polo team, boasting an impressive seven-and-one record, will head to the Eastern AAU championships

NFL Revises Rules, Shifts Emphasis From Field Goal Specialists to Punters

In an effort to eliminate field goal kickers' domination of the sport, the National Football League instituted two rule revisions

Celts Battle Milwaukee for NBA Title

Tomorrow afternoon in the Milwaukee Arena, the Boston Celtics begin battle to capture their 12th National Basketball Association championship. In

Knicks' DeBusschere Empties Locker

For New York Knick fans, April 1974 is the cruelest month of the cruelest year. The Knicks not only fell

Racquetwomen Beat Brandeis

A small crowd of sun-loving, hand-clapping spectators cheered Radcliffe's undefeated varsity tennis team to a 5-0 shutout over Brandeis yesterday

Radcliffe Sweeps Two Tennis Matches

The sunny New England weather blessed Radcliffe's varsity tennis team yesterday as it posted its third consecutive victory, pelting Pine

Celtics Crush Knicks, Travel to New York Tonight

On Sunday in the Boston Garden, the Celtics demolished the New York Knicks in the first game of the finals

Radcliffe Defeats Yale's Tennis Team

The Radcliffe varsity tennis team opened its season with a decisive 6-3 victory over Yale Saturday afternoon at Yale. The

Embree Jumps to New Record; Clears 7ft. in Televised Meet

Sophomore Mel Embree shattered the Harvard high jumping record in the Greater Boston Invitational Meet Monday night, soaring 7 ft.

NBA Playoffs to Start Today; Satch Picks Celts as Champs

The National Basketball Association playoffs start today. Thirty thousand dollars glitter at the end of the road. Each player doesn't

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